Super Soul Sunday
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Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz says it's important for leaders to demonstrate they aren't infallible. Watch as he explains why vulnerability and transparency are true leadership traits.
Oprah interviews Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, who shares the story of his inspiring rise from the housing projects to becoming the innovative leader of a company committed to fostering the human spirit 'one person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time.'
Though religions across the globe can seem vastly different, best-selling author Karen Armstrong says, there's a universal theme that ties them all together. Find out why she says the principle behind the Golden Rule is more important than ever in making the world a more compassionate place.
If you find your patience wearing thin with others, best-selling author Karen Armstrong has a simple daily exercise to help you tap into the kindness and understanding that exists within yourself. Watch to find out what it is.
The author and spiritual leader discusses the ineffable nature of God, her dismissal of the soul, and why she loves having mystery in her faith. Plus, hear about the common spiritual hang-up that she says affected her faith as a young woman.
Author and spiritual leader Karen Armstrong says she's noticed a hunger for change and a yearning for something more. Still, she says, the events in the world today can create 'compassion fatigue.' Hear why she says we are all connected and why watching the news should be a spiritual opportunity.
On "Super Soul Sunday," Sikh singer Snatam Kaur is opening up about how a painful childhood experience led to a stronger relationship with her higher truth. Watch this sneak peek as Snatam takes you inside her faith as a Sikh and her career as a spiritual recording artist.
Oprah sits down with best-selling author, religious expert and TED Prize winner Karen Armstrong to talk about the thread that Karen says runs through all the world's great religions: compassion.
On December 14, 2012, 20 children and 6 adults lost their lives in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, including Francine and David Wheeler's 6-year-old son, Benjamin. With astounding grace and wisdom, the Wheelers share how they are coping with their tragic loss through courage, strength and love.
On December 14, 2012, a lone gunman shot and killed 26 people at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. Francine and David Wheeler, who lost their 6-year-old son, Ben, are just one of the families coping with a tragic loss from that devastating day. Though the Wheelers say they can never fill the hole left in their hearts, they say their job today is to make their hearts bigger than the loss they suffered. Find out why they say it's important to make decisions out of love.
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